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Old 03-07-2013, 11:06 AM   #151
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I think they'll stay stuck lol nobody goes near my big snail so it will be interesting to see what happens! I, ll definitely post hopefully I, ll have babies
Well I hope they will be lots of babies. Did you find any other eggs in the tank?
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Well I hope they will be lots of babies. Did you find any other eggs in the tank?
Yep there's loads! She's still laying she's been doing this since 10am this morning she must be exhausted
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Yep there's loads! She's still laying she's been doing this since 10am this morning she must be exhausted
Have you fed her anything. I have never had Cory eggs, but my guppies always like a bit to eat while they are giving birth...
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Old 03-07-2013, 11:28 AM   #154
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Have you fed her anything. I have never had Cory eggs, but my guppies always like a bit to eat while they are giving birth...
She's had some pellets, going to give her some live bloodworm tonight
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Yea my killers would too..lol i have 2 chihuahuas.. that arent ankle bitters..lol but i found a baby dead lizard yesterday n at first glance thought it was one of my new otos.. im gonna have to be extra careful n take some different measures to insure that thing stays in the tank.. yea definately not puttin it with my fish. Thats why we r moving everything to our 55g bc the hubby wants it bad enough to break his 2tank rule...lol
I have two Jack Russell Terriers and they have killed lizards, toads, mice, big nasty rats, birds, baby bunny ( I was super upset about that!) and moles. They literally dig the mole out of it's hole! So I'm thinking a crayfish would be no problem for them. Hard to think something so cute could be such killers!
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My albinos laid eggs today again and look what they did to my cana snail! I suppose they won't get eaten lol
That's just freaking hilarious!
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Last night I just got to the point of adding filters and water to my 20L cory sandbox tank before falling into bed exhausted.


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What kind of sand did you use? I am very interested please!

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Last night I just got to the point of adding filters and water to my 20L cory sandbox tank before falling into bed exhausted.


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I moved an established Marineland Penguin from my 36 tank where the parents currently reside, dumping the water from the filter into the bucket of dirty tank water where I was squeezing filter floss from established tanks. The tank was still cloudy when I went to bed, which is next to the tank.



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When the timed lights came on to the now clearer tank, what did I see?


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All I can figure is it had been "living" in the filter. Poor thing was VERY skinny. I scooped him up and he is now in the 12 gallon nursery tank.



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All I can figure is it had been "living" in the filter. Poor thing was VERY skinny. I scooped him up and he is now in the 12 gallon nursery tank.
Poor lil thing .. glad you found him though..

Im also interested in what sand you are using.. i have alot of tanks to add sand in and cant find black anywhere but the lfs.. dont wanna spend that much
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Just added 4 young albino Cory's to my 55 with 4 already in it. Now I have a total of 8. One poor guy took leap into the sink while I was acclimating. I have the worst with dropping cories in the sink... It's nice seeing so much movement. I'm going to add another 4 cories next time I go to the Lfs. They had some really neat polka dot cories, but they were a little pricier and I was being frugal. But at this rate cories and German blue rams are the only tankmates my angels don't pick off one by one.
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